Going into the 2016 college football season, the LSU Tigers were expected to be one of the best team in the country. But after a slow start out of the gate, the school fired head coach Les Miles and Ed Orgeron would eventually be named the interim coach.
As many of you may know, the Oklahoma Sooners dominated the Auburn Tigers in the Sugar Bowl on Monday night. While many already thought that the Sooners were the better team, I thought the Tigers would give them a game.
For the past few days, there has been plenty of talk about how LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey plan to not play in their bowl game. Both players have been criticized by many for their decision, but it seems like they are sticking to their plan.
One NFL executive is not happy about Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey skipping their bowl games
There has been an interesting trend starting to unfold with the top college football players that are eligible for the NFL Draft. LSU Tigers star running back Leonard Fournette raised some eyebrows when he announced that he was his team bowl game to prepare for the draft.
For the second year in a row, the Clemson Tigers are in the College Football Playoffs hoping to have another chance to play for a national championship. One of the biggest reasons why the Tigers are in the position they are in is because of quarterback Deshaun Watson.
Ezekiel Elliott can’t understand why Leonard Fournette and Christian McCaffrey are skipping their bowl games
For the next couple days, there will be many that will talk about the decision that LSU’s Leonard Fournette and Stanford’s Christian McCaffrey made. Both star running backs are expected to be first rounders and both have decided to skip their teams bowl games to prepare for the NFL Draft.
As many of you may already know, Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the Texas Longhorns job. While everyone has been talking about the move, what is forgotten is the players who Herman is leaving behind in Houston.
Today has to feel like Christmas for Texas Longhorns fans as they finally got the man they wanted. It was reported earlier in the day that Houston head coach Tom Herman has accepted the same position at Texas after they fired Charlie Strong.
It’s been a very rough three years for Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong. With rumors of him losing his job, his team laid an egg on Friday by losing to the TCU Horned Frogs.
Since Thursday, LSU fans have been wondering how things were going to shake out regarding their head coaching position. After Florida State’s Jimbo Fisher declined the job again, all the attention now was focused on interim coach Ed Orgeron and Houston’s Tom Herman.